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    it looks great ! nice expressions !

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    I was wondering why there is a lack of facial expressions around and then in a couple of days there are suddenly 2 amazing examples.

    I also agree with the others that this should be top row. This is because this stuff is awesome ref for me and many others who haven't made it to expressions yet

    Excellent work

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    Great work! Was a joy watching your thread on cgtalk. You should have posted this in its own thread. Meph demands his own space! haha.
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    Wow. Absolutely fantastic! What else.

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    Thanks everyone for the kind words

    Swisher - the bulge is just part of the base model of the eyeball - here's the wireframe to show you what I mean. It's modeled after a real eye shape

    FooD - thank you

    Aumakua - haha I was actually thinking about it

    Point - haha - I can I only say I didn't use Chevy Chase as ref but there's something in it They all took a few weeks because I could only do it on the weekends but usually it takes about an hour or couple of hours for a shape. Not that time consuming. I had to start from scratch for the HMC not from a ready base mesh so the modeling took some time too
    I made them one after the other, each on a separate layer and at the end changed and refined the ones I didn't like too much. I also sometimes used the morph target to get the same type of deformation in more than one shape... rarely but it sometimes helped speed things up

    GregStrangis - thanks

    FoOD - they were rendered in XSI using Mental Ray [couple of lights, hdri dome and FG]

    tommy3d - thanks

    Etcher - thank you!

    skulll_monster - thanks a lot

    brettSinclair - hehe! well sir, you did some wicked ones too

    Moni-Poroni - thank you very much.

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    I agree,should be top row.Im adding my 5 stars..Brilliant control,cal

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    Thanks for the tip mag!

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    Comptempful and happy are my favorite, great character !

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    Hello Mag, great work as usual. Did you know this Mephisto from Tim Bruckner.

    Cheers

    Ralf Stumpf

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    calum5ZB - thanks

    MaxAlbert - thanks Max

    Swisher - no prob.

    OlirO - thanks

    Stumf - thanks Ralf. Yes Tim's Mephistopheles as well as the amazing version by Jacques Gautier are my major source of influence here

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    Amazing Works.
    inebrianting Sketchbook


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    Mikeporetti - thanks very much

    Mistwalker - thank you!

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